Standing alone in the High Cascades of central Oregon, Mt. Bachelor serves up 4,323 acres of lift-accessible terrain and 360-degree descents from the 9,065’ volcanic peak. This vast landscape hosts 12 lifts – eight of which are high-speed quads – and three first timer friendly carpets. When the need to jib or launch skyward calls, Mt. Bachelor also boasts fifteen different Woodward terrain parks, where every level of rider can grow their craft.
For wide open spaces, head to Mt. Bachelor’s newest lift, Cloudchaser. Often referred to by locals as “chasing clouds,” this terrain unlocks 635 acres of groomed runs, natural gullies, and skiable glades.
Once runs have been ran, this big mountain fun can be coupled with 56 km of groomed cross-country trails, snowshoeing adventures, tubing, and sled dog rides. Known as the Northwest destination of choice for families and adventurers seeking a fun, natural, and unique mountain experience, it’s easy to see why this particular Bachelor has so many avid admirers.
On the Road Near Bachelor:
Zip into a wetsuit, grab that other board, and drop into the Bend Whitewater Park. Smack dab in the middle of town, the Whitewater Park is built with four different wave features so that surfers, paddle boarders, and white-water kayakers can take it from snow to surf in the same day.
Go Full Send At Smith Rock State Park
A mecca for climbers since the 80’s, a trip to Smith Rock will land you squarely in the adventure zone. With over 650 acres of pristine high-desert wilderness, explore hundreds of famous climbing routes, rig up your slackline, hike along the scenic River Trail, or set a new FKT on the Summit Trail loop.
Stay Ready For Stoke
Across the Pacific Northwest and beyond, with destinations coast-to-coast, now is the time to call the crew and plan out your season of stoke. With of endless adventure at Mt. Bachelor, Crystal Mountain, and The Summit at Snoqualmie, winter 21/22 is yours to own.